The Church of St Michael’s, Tettenhall, was built below the hill, looking towards Wolverhampton.
Collegiate churches were often founded on the edges of areas where Christianity had not penetrated. And the Domesday Book says of the area north of here “hic vasta est” (here is a wasted land)! Charming.
The famous Tettenhall Clock – on the Upper Green – is arguably the foremost Tettenhall landmark, built in 1912 to commemorate the coronation of King George V.
But did you know there is also a near full size replica of the clock nearby behind some fenced off stables currently home to several horses off the playing fields?